Peasant Wedding Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: ABC DEB FGH HCI JHK LMN ODD

Pour the wine bridegroomA
where before you theB
bride is enthroned her hairC
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loose at her temples a headD
of ripe wheat is onE
the wall beside her theB
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guests seated at long tablesF
the bagpipers are readyG
there is a hound underH
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the table the bearded MayorH
is present women in theirC
starched headgear areI
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gabbing all but the brideJ
hands folded in herH
lap is awkwardly silent simpleK
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dishes are being servedL
clabber and what notM
from a trestle made of anN
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unhinged barn door by twoO
helpers one in a redD
coat a spoon in his hatbandD

William Carlos Williams



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